Jazz Music

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Jazz Music
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Tue, 06-30-2009 - 2:10am

I love, most, jazz music. I love Tony Bennett and some of Frank Sinatra. Listening to their music helps me relax and I like best with chocolate and the newest copy of InStyle magazine!!


So what is everyone listening to these days?


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Registered: 08-21-2007
In reply to: chic04
Tue, 06-30-2009 - 7:22am
Not into jazz at all I'm afraid. I've loved alternative, rock and metal all my life, since I was about 14 - am 38 now so it ain't no phase I'm going to grow out of! Anything from Def Leppard to Type o Negative to Motley Crue to Machine Head to Pearl Jam to Manson. Glam, goth, thrash metal, fringe rock - anything related.
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Registered: 06-06-2006
In reply to: chic04
Tue, 06-30-2009 - 10:41am

Absoulety same here, as my name sais! And you forgot prog rock by the way :)


Jazz and chocolate?

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Registered: 08-21-2007
In reply to: chic04
Tue, 06-30-2009 - 12:11pm

Ok, let me introduce Rocklady1970 to everyone: she's in fact my identical twin sister (kisssssssss) who lives in Rostock, Germany (I'm in London, UK)! This makes her exactly the same age as me lol, 38! We adore each other to death and are completely identical in all possible ways - including all tastes - music, men, alcohol, books, movies, everything! Even our bfs are uncanilly similar both looks and personality-wise, but hers is a baby at almost 37 lol, mine's an old f**t of almost 42! So you sort of know her already!


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Registered: 04-21-2008
In reply to: chic04
Tue, 06-30-2009 - 12:38pm
I like a little jazz now and then. I often use it in my classroom to help students concentrate while they work. C and I listen to different genres of music, but lately I've been listening to a radio station that plays classic country music. C put on some Johnny Cash while we were on a short road trip recently.


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Registered: 11-01-2005
In reply to: chic04
Tue, 06-30-2009 - 3:12pm

I love jazz. (I am actually listening to a "history of jazz" lecture series on CD right now - big jazz dork.) Anything from Big Band to Dixieland to Miles Davis, Coltrane, Ella Fitzgerald...


I also really love folk, bluegrass (we're having a bluegrass band at our wedding), blues, rock and alternative. I like a little bit of country -- but usually just the old stuff. Can't stand rap or hip hop. I can handle heavy metal or heavy rock

AJ, enjoying life with C.

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Registered: 07-21-2006
In reply to: chic04
Tue, 06-30-2009 - 5:11pm
Love big band/swing, but prefer a live venue. Any Marsalis except Branford (he's kind of a weirdo), Jazz Police (one of my uncle's bands, LOL)...Guaraldi, of course, Bebel Gilberto, Arturo Sandoval...all kinds of jazz. HOWEVER that's not what I listen to in my daily life, LOL...the latest additions to my i-Pod are Shiny Toy Guns, Amel Larrieux (vocal jazz), Mutlu (funk/soul) Menomena, Me'Shell Ndegeocello, Maktub, Cut Copy, and Beirut (I'm more into Indie rock). Oh and I just discovered how to download books from the library. Good times!
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Registered: 08-01-2004
In reply to: chic04
Wed, 07-01-2009 - 2:58pm

I like some fo Def Lepard myself. To me jazz is something different than listening to Christina Aguilera and the late Micheal Jackson.


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Registered: 08-01-2004
In reply to: chic04
Wed, 07-01-2009 - 3:06pm

Sweet. What do you teach?


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Registered: 08-01-2004
In reply to: chic04
Wed, 07-01-2009 - 3:18pm

Blue grass isn't my cup of tea, but its okay. So when are you getting married?


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In reply to: chic04
Wed, 07-01-2009 - 5:41pm

I like a lot of different stuff - rock (from any era), motown, old school hip hop, blues, jazz, zydeco, some folk and bluegrass.

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